Hello, hello! Hope everyone had a fantastic holiday weekend here in the US. And hope everyone else just had a nice weekend. If you don’t live in an area where you can get pumpkin pie, I’m very sincerely sorry.😦
First off, I just wanted to say that, even though I don’t respond to each comment individually, I read every single one and want to say thank you SO MUCH for your kind words. It’s truly an honor to write for such an appreciative blog audience. I wasn’t sure what kind of reception this story would have, because Gemma and Terry weren’t in the other books much (even though I knew they had a great story) and I also didn’t know how you all would like the serial format of posting. I’m very gratified to know that you’re enjoying it and looking forward to the new chapters every week. And yes, in case you missed it, I will be publishing this at the end, so you’ll be able to get it for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and Smashwords. (It won’t be free in the store, though, just on the website.)
Also, the verdict on weddings is not overly enthusiastic. Good to know! I can’t tell you why, exactly, I’m not fond of writing them, I’m just not. And at this point, avoiding writing literary weddings has become a personal challenge and a bit of a joke between my pre-readers and me. Yes, I have written them, but rarely.
The winner of the signed paperback is posted at the end of the new chapter HERE. (Congratulations!)
By the way, do any readers live close to Boston?
Just wondering. For reasons.
Enjoy the chapter!